Huxley Building, Central London
An impressive venue offering both style and flexibility.
The Huxley Building’s classic architecture, built between 1867 and 1871, sets an impressive tone for events that demand both style and flexibility. Experience the convenience of six purpose-built lecture theatres, each equipped with state-of-the-art audio-visual amenities. From seminar rooms and intimate breakout areas to spacious conference settings, the Huxley Building offers a versatile range of options, ensuring your event aligns perfectly with your vision. Here, convenience meets connectivity, complemented by foyer and concourse areas that can be effortlessly transformed into inviting catering spaces, enhancing nourishment and networking for your attendees.
Interesting facts about the Huxley Building
- The Huxley building, constructed between 1867 and 1871, was originally intended for the School of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering.
- Architect Henry Scott oversaw the final design of the building, while the contributions of Henry Cole, Richard Redgrave, and Francis Fowke added layers of influence. The upper arcaded gallery of the building with ‘Cole’ columns and the motto ‘Regem Serva Deum Cole’ embodied the collaborative design efforts of the Huxley Building.
- Convenient locations
- Inspiring surroundings
- Dedicated specialists
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How to find the Huxley Building
Located at 180 Queen’s Gate, the Huxley Building main entrance can be reached from Queen’s Gate Road. The building is also accessible via Prince Consort Road through the Sherfield Building.
Imperial College London, Exhibition Road, London, UK
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